The award-winning creator of Fables discusses his new series, featuring classic - and not-so-classic - creations of Edgar Rice Burroughs. The post INTERVIEW: Bill Willingham Channels ERB for The Greatest Adventure appeared first on CBR.com.
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For this Thanksgiving (in the US, anyway), here's an extra-large helping of Cool Stuff! First up is this copy of Edgar Rice Burroughs' At the Earth's Core, with a movie tie-in cover! Next, here's the paperback adaptation of Futureworld!...Show More Summary
In the 1970s I was a member of the Science Fiction Book Club. Whoever the art director was at the time, they were producing some excellent covers. I still have the Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom novels with Frank Frazetta covers and illustrations,...Show More Summary
So here's the bad news: The sentence "Dynamite announces new James Bond, Bettie Page, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Sweet Valley High comics" does not refer to one single series that's going to combine all of those properties into a single...Show More Summary
Fables writer Bill Willingham turns his attention to the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs for a new Dynamite limited series. The post Willingham Unites Burroughs’ Characters For The Greatest Adventure appeared first on CBR.com.
Wood and co-writer Alex Cox will guide the new adventures of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Warlord of Mars. The post John Carter of Mars Returns To Comics In New Brian Wood Series appeared first on CBR.com.
When the wonderful people at Titan Books reached out about a new coffee table volume that would chronicle the history of Edgar Rice Burrough’s Tarzan character in entertainment, I thought it might make an interesting, thin volume toShow More Summary
Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs and premiering in the October 1912 issue of pulp magazine The All-Story, Tarzan of the Apes has become one of the most well-known heroes in fiction. He's been in hundreds of films, novels and video games,...Show More Summary
The Legend of Tarzan may not have blown the doors off the box office, but it put up respectable numbers for its opening weekend. Since Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote over two dozen Tarzan books in his life, there are numerous places the character could go from here.
A romantic, exotic, dramatic, bold and exciting revitalization of the Tarzan story, steeped heavily in the lore created by novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Finally. Finally finally FINALLY. Hollywood has given us a Tarzan film about the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Not a monosyllabic swinging caveman. Not basically an American running around in a loin cloth. This film is freaking TARZAN of the freaking APES. And of course the dumb ass critics, the same ones who lambasted […]
Why do filmmakers always louse up Tarzan? The 1914 Edgar Rice Burroughs book has a sensational first half, before the inevitable Victorian-Edwardian–era corniness and cultural supremacy kick in. Raised by apes, the child of shipwrecked English aristocrats doesn’t turn out a dearie like Mowgli in The Jungle Book but a ... More »
Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic creation Tarzan is swinging his way to the big screen this weekend for the first time since Disney's animated adaptation in 1999. The Legend of Tarzan, starring True Blood's Alexander Skarsgård in the title role, mark's the character's first live-action appearance since 1998's woeful Tarzan and the Lost City. Show More Summary
Tarzan has been a movie franchise since 1918, when the first silent film adaptations of Edgar Rice Burrough's novels began. Afterthe iconic 1932 picture Tarzan the Ape Man featuringJohnny Weissmuller in the titular role, the series became popular enough to spawn nearly 40 theatrical releases over the many decades. Besides [...]
Certainly one of the most enduring characters in all of literature and definitely movies is Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan. In terms of cinema, beginning with Johnny Weissmuller’s immortal interpretation of the tree-swinging man brought up by apes in the jungles, there have been countless actors who have taken on the role. Show More Summary
There’s an air of studio tradition surrounding The Legend Of Tarzan, and not just because a revival of the Edgar Rice Burroughs character is a classic executive gambit based on the misconception that audiences hunger for all old stories to be ceaselessly retold. Show More Summary
Ominous drumbeats and a shroud of threatening fog opens The Legend of Tarzan, the latest live action reinvention of the fabled stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs. As the smokescreen gives way, an evil plan is concocted by men gripped by greed and/or lust for revenge. Show More Summary